Miguel joined PQI as CEO in February 2020 after a career spanning the Arts, Corporate and Not for Profit sectors. Miguel has held senior roles with organisations including PwC, EY, Minter Ellison, TAFE Queensland and Camp Quality. He has also served on a number of not for profit boards and as Chair of a Queensland Government board.
Miguel’s passion is to make a difference to the individuals, communities and organisations he engages with. When he is not at work you will find him enjoying time with family and friends, exercising, playing football (round ball) or playing music.
Once upon a time Miguel was a professional singer with stints performing in the Phantom of the Opera and with Opera Australia so he can sing for his supper.
With a background in child safety and homelessness, Racheal has worked closely with volunteers and members at a variety of significant organisations.
With more than 17 years’ extensive service within the Community Sector, broad experience in senior positions and relevant qualifications, Racheal is a graduate of Southern Cross University and a professional with extensive knowledge of social work principles, techniques and practices and their application to complex cases and community issues.
Racheal’s communication and relationship building skills, coupled with high-level executive administration abilities, position her ideally within the Parkinson’s community.
Rachel started with Parkinson’s Queensland in 2015 and has held roles within administration, member and business services. Having also worked within a university setting, Rachel’s varied experience complements the Parkinson’s Queensland team with operational activities including finances and CRM management.
Rachel is a graduate of Griffith University with majors in Business Management and Human Resources and has a keen interest in data analysis and reporting.
As the glue that holds the Parkinson’s Queensland team together, Rachel loves knowing that the work she does assists in making a difference to people with Parkinson’s Queensland.
Self-proclaimed ‘Fundraising Nerd’ Cally, has raised money for some of Australia’s largest charities.
Having spent almost two decades in the not-for-profit space – Cally loves the thrill of events, connecting with the community and helping corporates make a difference. With a wealth of experience across all Fundraising Streams, Cally is a marketing whiz who enjoys watching small ideas grow into large results!
Re-joining the team at Parkinson’s Queensland Inc. for a second time, Cally loves knowing that her work in the Fundraising and Marketing space is contributing to making a real difference to the Parkinson’s Community in Qld.
Fiona began her service with Parkinson’s Queensland as a volunteer and it quickly became apparent that she was a much needed part of the team.
Now the ‘right hand’ to our Member Services Manager – Fiona’s interaction with our members and those within support groups has made her a popular and knowledgeable team member, you might even see her occasionally at a Members Event or Zoom Support Group Meeting!
Fiona is our fitness fan and we count on Fiona to lead “Team Parkinson’s” to victory during our sporting events and competitions. Fiona also leads “Team Parkinson’s” in the office each day by aiming to support each and every person living with or impacted by Parkinson’s in whatever way she can!